Lynx entertainments jewel and award-winning songwriter, producer and performer have unbosomed how tough the journey to the top has been for him.
Contrary to some public opinion that he just rose to fame by chance, Kuame has taken time to detail in an interview with Graphic Showbiz how tough the journey has been and how he submitted to the process and learned along the way.
”I mean people think I just started, I have come a long way. I used to run from school, go to places and learn how to play instruments like the guitar and the keyboard.”
On why he started producing his own works, he has this to say, ”l had to learn how to produce my works myself because the funds were just not there for me to pay a producer, work on my vocals, be trained by a choirmaster etc.”
It’s obvious no one sees the work you put in but from what we know, it’s obvious Kuami did not become associated with music just yesterday, but have worked behind the scenes for a long time, he has done his homework.
The Best male artist in Western Africa nominee for the upcoming AFRIMA awards said,
”I do songs and people think they’re too mature for a young guy like me, but what they do not know is that, I have taken time to listen to great musicians like Awura Ama Badu, J.A Adofo, Knii Lante, Adane Best, Kojo Antwi among others for a long time that when I am in the Highlife mood, it just flows.”
“I have been through a process, it didn’t come on a silver platter. I am from the streets so it was tough for me, but God has been faithful.”